Best Siti Networks Rohtak Broadband Plans

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Best Siti Networks Rohtak Broadband Plan is Unlimited Plan 499. Price: ₹ 589 Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included. Speed: 2 Mbps. Broadband Plans of Siti Networks in Rohtak

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Rohtak
2MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 499
Unlimited

589

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

Rohtak
5MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 699
Unlimited

825

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

Rohtak
10MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 749
Unlimited

884

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

Rohtak
20MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 999
Unlimited

1179

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

Rohtak
50MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 1699
Unlimited

2005

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

Rohtak
100MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Unlimited Plan 2999
Unlimited

3539

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited. GST Included.

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Siti networks Speeds Across Different Cities



 

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CALCUTTA

 

Average Speed3.89 Mbps
Max Speed21.83 Mbps
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NEW DELHI

 

Average Speed5.92 Mbps
Max Speed15.51 Mbps
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PATNA

 

Average Speed3.86 Mbps
Max Speed18.84 Mbps
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BHUBNESHWAR

 

Average Speed5.54 Mbps
Max Speed6.37 Mbps
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HOWARH

 

Average Speed3.62 Mbps
Max Speed12.34 Mbps
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RANAGHAT

 

Average Speed18.67 Mbps
Max Speed18.67 Mbps
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DAULATPUR

 

Average Speed3.44 Mbps
Max Speed3.44 Mbps
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Mahesana

 

Average Speed2.29 Mbps
Max Speed2.29 Mbps
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KARNAL

 

Average Speed1.14 Mbps
Max Speed1.14 Mbps
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BALURGHAT

 

Average Speed2.39 Mbps
Max Speed2.39 Mbps
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CHENNAI

 

Average Speed24.21 Mbps
Max Speed24.21 Mbps
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HYDERABAD

 

Average Speed3.69 Mbps
Max Speed5.0 Mbps
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SAMSI

 

Average Speed2.44 Mbps
Max Speed2.44 Mbps
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Serampore

 

Average Speed13.43 Mbps
Max Speed13.43 Mbps
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Krishnanagar

 

Average Speed10.8 Mbps
Max Speed10.8 Mbps
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NAGPUR

 

Average Speed3.89 Mbps
Max Speed9.63 Mbps
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RAMGARH

 

Average Speed8.43 Mbps
Max Speed8.43 Mbps
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HABRA

 

Average Speed5.46 Mbps
Max Speed5.46 Mbps
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Noida

 

Average Speed8.73 Mbps
Max Speed8.73 Mbps
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MUMBAI

 

Average Speed5.43 Mbps
Max Speed5.43 Mbps
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SONIPAT

 

Average Speed17.94 Mbps
Max Speed17.94 Mbps
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SILIGURI

 

Average Speed8.02 Mbps
Max Speed8.02 Mbps

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About Rohtak


Rohtak (About this sound listen (help·info)) is a city and the administrative headquarters of the Rohtak district in the Indian state of Haryana. It lies 70 kilometres (43 mi) north west of New Delhi, just 40–45 km from Delhi Border and 250 kilometres (160 mi) south of the state capital Chandigarh on NH 10. Rohtak forms a part of the National Capital Region (NCR), which provides immediate benefits for the district as it can secure loans for infrastructure development at cheaper rates from the NCR Planning Board (NCRPB).[3] Rohtak is the sixth most populous city in Haryana as per the 2011 census with population of 374,292 and has literacy rate of 84.08.It is believed[who?] that the city's name is of Indo-Aryan origin and is recorded in the Vedas. It was founded by the Jats people, and was named Rohtashgarh. Many aryans migrate in this city. The Jats of Rohtak under the leadership of Khokhar Jat, attacked Mahmud Gaznavi and also accompanied Khokhar Jats in 1206 AD against Mohmad Gouri. Subsequently the evolution of the named is traced as "Rohītaka-kula > Rohitaka > Rohtak" and Michael Witzel notes that this accords with the place existing around 500 BC.[4] The same source also suggests that the name may have derived from the tree Rohitaka as well, a tree well known in the area for its superb timber. The ruins of the ancient town at Khokrakot suggest that perhaps the town is as old as Indus valley Civilization as the Minar finds at Khokhrakot are typical of Indus Valley sites. It is also identified with Rohitika, a place mentioned in the Mahabharata It was quite possibly the capital of Bahudhanyaka, the kingdom of Yaudheyas. In the Vinaya of the Mulasarvasti-vadins, Jivaka is represented as taking journey from Taxila in the north west of Bhadramkara, Udumbasa, Rohitaka and Nathura in the Ganga Doab. The ancient highway carried the trade of the ganga valley to Taxila passing through Rohitika to Sakala. The existence of the town during the rule of Kushan is testified by the recovery of Khushana Pillar Capital decorated with carving of winged lions and riders. An example of a lion capital of the 1st or 2nd century AD, it resembles the lion capital in the British museum at London, well known for its inscriptions. The riders on it are similar to the riders on elephant at Karle cave and figures at Sanchi Gateway. It is a significant example of the sculptural art of Haryana towards the beginning of the Christian era. Clay mounds of coins discovered at Khokhrakot have thrown important light on the process of casting coins in ancient India. The coin moulds of the later Yadhyayas of the 3rd or 4th century AD have been discovered in large number here of the same and subsequent dates are several clay sealings. A Gupta terracotta plaque and a head of later date have also been discovered. The town continued to flourish till the 10th century AD as coins of Samanta Deva, the Hindu King of Kabul have been found here.